Il pomeriggio di un piastrellista
Publish date: June 1st 1992
Pages no: 148
Edition language: Italian
Fairly disappointed in this book and I am finished with Lars Gustafson. Three books is a good enough gauge to discover if an author is worth my time. Not one of them as good as the cover blurbs suggested.
bookshelves: published-1993, winter20092010, shortstory-shortstories-novellas Read from February 06 to 08, 2010 ** spoiler alert ** There was a man called Torsten Bergman, a thin man with white hair. He was a tiler, born in 1917.A bleak tale told wry. I have been reading bits out to the tilers he...
There was a man called Torsten Bergman, a thin man with white hair. He was a tiler, born in 1917.A bleak tale told wry. I have been reading bits out to the tilers here and we've been in stitches laughing at the tiling descriptions.
Despite its not really intriguing title, this novel confirms the talent of Lars Gustafsson. This great Swedish novelist can create an interesting story even from the most apparently plain plot. A Tiler's Afternoon is perhaps not one of the best things Gustafsson has ever wrote, but it's an excellent...
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